Title – Prema Baraha, Baner – Sri Ram Films International, Direction – Arjun Sarja, Music – Jassie Gift, Cinematography – HC Venu, Cast – Chandan Kumar, Aishwarya Arjun, Suhasini, K Vishwanath, Rangayana Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, Prakash Rai, Kuri Pratap and others.
You want to have a look at very good pair, good grandfather, aunty, the sufferings of our soldiers on the border, the feel of Kargil war, good music, excellent cinematography – Then you don’t miss this ‘Prema Baraha’.
It is change of ‘Hane Baraha’ of a sweet looking pair in ‘Prema Baraha’. What best a father can do to his daughter to carve a niche in cinema Arjun Sarja has done to his daughter Aishwarya.
Very talented in dance, looks, dialogue delivery – Aishwarya could be Aishwarya Rai of South India in the coming years. Chandan has given his best in a film that he could not have missed in his career. Set in the Kargil war backdrop of 1999 the film has been a patriotic feel. That is the forte of Arjun always in his career.
There are two rival television channels = TV 6 represented by Sanjay (Chandan) and A3 TV channel represented by Madhu (Aishwarya Arjun). Of course they are at loggerheads. Sanjay and Madhu take assistants without telling to New Delhi. At this place the assistants know that it is for Kargil War coverage. Assistants are not ready to accept this risk.
Sanjay and Madhu left with one camera get the necessary permission but Sanjay camera is out of order as a heavy weight step on his camera in the bus they are traveling. It is deal time between Sanjay and Madhu.
The war capture to their respective channels also opens up several emotions and a feel of as if we are near to ‘Muththina Haara’ obviously strikes. It is better you watch the film that is filled with various good elements.
Veteran director of Telugu films K Vishwanath, Prakash Rai, Suhasini Manirathnam, Rangayan Raghu, Sadhu Kokila, Kuri Pratap, Jahangir and others are apt and gives their best.
Two peppy number of music director Jessie Gift is big gift, but biggest gift comes from HC Venu from his cinematography. The olden day’s song – title song is well captured for this film.
You better go and watch this film Yaar!